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by William Johnston - 1912 - 140 pages
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How Helen Keller was Taught Speech

Sarah Fuller - Deaf children - 1905 - 11 pages
...VOLTA BUREAU. FOR THE INCREASE AND DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE RELATING To THE KKAF WASHINGTON CITY, USA I.EPR1NTS OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE No. 47. ow Helen Keller was Taught Speech From...
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The Association Review, Volume 8

Deaf - 1906
...through space with the speed of light, and more enduring than his renown as the founder of the Yolta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf, his name will be revered and remembered for all time as the friend and benefactor who taught deaf children...
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The Association Review, Volume 10

Deaf - 1908
...are hereby extended to Professor A. Melville Bell, of Washington, for his generous gift of $15,000 to the Volta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf." And the Convention was informed that Professor Bell had also presented to the Volta Bureau the copyrights...
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Catalog of copyright entries: Books. Part, group 1, Volume 7, Issue 2

American literature - 1910
...Yakima, Wash. 4989 The raindrop; a Collection of entertaining stories for young people. Washington, DC, The Volta bureau for the increase and diffusion of knowledge relating to the deaf, 1910. xvii, 430 p. front., illus., plates. 26Jcm. $2.50 The "Raindrop" first appeared in 1879 as a...
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The Volta Review, Volume 13

Deafness - 1912
...telephone . . . generously devoted the prize-money he received for his invention to the foundation of the Volta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf," and to this statement was appended the footnote that the reference was to the invention of the graphophonc....
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The deaf; their position in society and the provision for their education in ...

Harry Best - Deaf - 1914 - 340 pages
...in recognition of his services in the field of invention, decided to use the money to establish the bureau for the " increase and diffusion of knowledge relating to the deaf." The bureau now contains much information regarding the deaf as a class, as well as carefully compiled...
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Washington: The Nation's Capital

William Howard Taft, James Bryce Bryce (Viscount), Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor - Washington (D.C.) - 1915 - 750 pages
...Monument two-thirds of the distance to ONE OF THE MOST BENEFICENT INSTITUTIONS IN OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL The Volta Bureau, for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf, is educating the public to the fact that every deaf child can he taught to speak and to understand...
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The American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, Volume 13

Orthopedic surgery - 1915
...literature explaining approved methods of training deaf children from infancy to school age by writing to The Volta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf, 1601 Thirty-fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC This literature relates only to the training of little...
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Kentucky Medical Journal, Volume 13

Medicine - 1915
...literature explaining approved methods of training deaf children from infancy to school age by writing to The Volta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf, 1601 Thirtyfifth Street, NW, Washington, DC This literature relates only to the training of little...
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Social Problems: A Study of Present-day Social Conditions

Ezra Thayer Towne - Social problems - 1916 - 406 pages
...work, and a normal course for those who wish to become teachers of the deaf. The Volta Bureau. The Volta Bureau for the Increase and Diffusion of Knowledge Relating to the Deaf was established at Washington by Alexander Graham Bell with the Volta prize, the twenty-five thousand...
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